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Part I Writing:

注意:此部分试题在答题卡1上。

PartⅡ Reading Comprehension (Skimming and Scanning)(15 minutes)

Directions: In this part, you will have 15 minutes to go over the passage quickly and answer the questions on Answer Sheet 1. For questions 1-4, mark

Y(for YES)if the statement agrees with the information given in the passage;

N(for NO) if the statement contradicts the information given in the passage;

NG(for NOT GIVEN) if the information is not given in the passage.

For questions 5to10, complete the sentences with the information given in the passage.

Stress

This may come as a surprise, but you need stress in your life. Leading stress management experts say that life without stress would be dull and unexciting. Stress adds flavor, challenge, and opportunity to life. However, too much stress can seriously affect your physical and mental well-being. A major challenge in today’s stress-filled world is to make the stress in your life work for you instead of against you.

In today’s hectic, fast-paced world and with the booming economy, stress is our constant companion. It comes from mental or emotional activity and physical activity. Too much emotional stress can result in physical illness, such as high blood pressure, ulcers, asthma, irritable colon, headaches, or even heart disease. On the other hand, physical stress from work or exercise rarely causes such ailments. In fact, physical exercise can help you to relax and to handle your mental or emotional stress.

Hans Selye, M.D., a recognized expert in the field, has defined stress as a “nonspecific response of the body to a demand”. The key to reducing stress is learning how our bodies respond to those demands. When stress becomes prolonged or particularly frustrating, it can become harmful—causing distress or “bad stress”. Recognizing the early signs of distress and then doing something about them can make a significant difference in the quality of your life.

In order to use stress in a positive way and prevent it from becoming distress, you should be aware of your own reactions to stressful events. The body responds to stress by going through specific stages: (1) alarm, (2) resistance, and (3) exhaustion. Muscles tense, blood pressure and heart rate rise, and adrenaline and other stress-triggered hormones that increase the level of alertness are released. If the stress-causing conditions continue, your body will need time to make repairs, if that happens, you eventually may develop a physical problem that is related to stress, such as migraine headaches, high blood pressure, backaches, or insomnia. That’s why when stress occurs it’s important that you recognize and deal with it in a positive way. While it’s impossible to live completely free of stress and distress, it is possible to prevent some distress as well as to minimize its impact when it can’t be avoided. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services offers the following suggestions for ways to handle stress.

Try Physical Activity

When you’re nervous, angry or upset, try releasing the pressure through exercise or physical activity. Running, walking, playing tennis, or working in your garden are just some of the activities you might try. Physical exercise will relieve your anxiety and worry and help you relax. Your body and your mind will work together to ease the stress in your life.

Share Your Stress

It helps to talk with someone about your anxieties and worries. Perhaps a friend, family member, teacher, or counselor can help you achieve a more positive perspective on what’s troubling you. If you feel your problem is serious, you might seek professional help from a psychologist, psychiatrist or social worker. Knowing when to ask for help is a positive step in avoiding more serious problems later.

Take Care of Yourself

You should make every effort to eat well and to get enough rest. If you’re irritable and tense from lack of sleep, or if you’re not eating properly, you’ll be more vulnerable to stressful situations. If stress repeatedly keeps you from sleeping, you should consult your doctor.

Make Time for Yourself

Schedule time for both work and recreation. Don’t forget, play can be just as important to your overall well-being as work. You need a break from your daily routine to just relax and have fun. Go window-shopping or work on a hobby. Allow yourself at least a half hour each day to do something you enjoy.

Make a List of the Things You Need to Do

Stress can result from disorganization and a feeling that “there’s so much to do, and not enough time”. Trying to take care of everything at once can be overwhelming, and as a result, you may not accomplish anything. Instead, make a list of everything you have to do, then do one thing at a time, checking off each task as it is completed. Give priority to the most important tasks and do those first.

Go Ahead and Cry

A good cry can be a healthy way to bring relief to your anxiety. It might even help yon avoid a headache or other physical consequence of anxiety and stress.

Create a Quiet Scene

Yon can’t always run away, but you can allow yourself a mental “get-away”. A quiet country scene painted mentally, or on canvas, can transport you from the tension of a stressful situation to a more relaxing frame of mind. You also can create a sense of peace and tranquility by reading a good book or listening to beautiful music.

Avoid Self-Medication

While yon can use prescription or over-the-counter medications to relieve stress temporarily, they do not remove the conditions that caused the stress in the first place. In fact, many medications may be habit-forming and also may reduce your efficiency, thus creating more stress than they eliminate. They should be taken only on the advice of your doctor.

Relax

The best strategy for reducing or avoiding stress altogether is to learn how to relax. Unfortunately, many people try to relax at the same pace that they lead the rest of their lives. That doesn’t work. Instead, try tuning out your worries about time, productivity and “doing right”. Here are several relaxation techniques you may find helpful:

—You should take a deep breath and exhale to help calm your mind, counter your body’s natural stress reaction and improve your response.

—You should laugh. Many stress management experts advocate laughter as a relaxation technique for relieving tension.

—You should take a warm bath or shower. Whether you prefer bubble baths or long hot showers, this is an excellent way to relax after a stressful day.

—You should try progressive muscle relaxation. Individual contract and relax each muscle group of your body. Begin by tensing your toes for 10 seconds, then relax them for 20. Work all the way up your body, alternately tensing and relaxing, and finish with your facial muscles.

By learning the “art” of relaxation, you’ll find satisfaction in just “being”, without trying or striving. Your focus on relaxation, enjoyment and health will reduce stress, anxiety and worry in your life. The result is, you will be calmer, healthier and happier.

注意:此部分试题在答题卡1上作答。

1. In today’s stressful world, we should get control of the stress in our life rather than being forced by it.

2. According to the author, too much physical illness can lead to emotional stress.

3. When stress becomes prolonged or particularly frustrating, it can become too harmful to cause distress or bad stress.

4. If the conditions which cause stress continue, your body will need time, usually, three to five days, to make repairs.

5. Although it’s impossible to live without stress and distress _____________________.

6. A more positive perspective on what’s troubling you may be achieved with the help of_____________________.

7. Disorganization and a feeling that “there’s so much to do, and not enough time” can _____________________.

8. You can read a good book or listen to beautiful music_____________________.

9. _____________________is the best strategy for reducing or avoiding stress.

10. The reduction of stress, anxiety and worry in your life is _____________________.


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试卷索引:
第一部分:[1] Writing
第二部分:[2] Listening
第三部分:[3] Reading
第四部分:[4] Error Correction&Translation
第五部分:[5] Answer




Part I   Writing:

注意:此部分试题在答题卡1上。

PartⅡ  Reading Comprehension (Skimming and Scanning)(15 minutes)

Directions: In this part, you will have 15 minutes to go over the passage quickly and answer the questions on Answer Sheet 1. For questions 1-4, mark

Y(for YES)if the statement agrees with the information given in the passage;
N(for NO) if the statement contradicts the information given in the passage;
NG(for NOT GIVEN) if the information is not given in the passage.
For questions 5to10, complete the sentences with the information given in the passage.

Stress

This may come as a surprise, but you need stress in your life. Leading stress management experts say that life without stress would be dull and unexciting. Stress adds flavor, challenge, and opportunity to life. However, too much stress can seriously affect your physical and mental well-being. A major challenge in today's stress-filled world is to make the stress in your life work for you instead of against you.

In today's hectic, fast-paced world and with the booming economy, stress is our constant companion. It comes from mental or emotional activity and physical activity. Too much emotional stress can result in physical illness, such as high blood pressure, ulcers, asthma, irritable colon, headaches, or even heart disease. On the other hand, physical stress from work or exercise rarely causes such ailments. In fact, physical exercise can help you to relax and to handle your mental or emotional stress.

Hans Selye, M.D., a recognized expert in the field, has defined stress as a "nonspecific response of the body to a demand". The key to reducing stress is learning how our bodies respond to those demands. When stress becomes prolonged or particularly frustrating, it can become harmful-causing distress or "bad stress". Recognizing the early signs of distress and then doing something about them can make a significant difference in the quality of your life.

In order to use stress in a positive way and prevent it from becoming distress, you should be aware of your own reactions to stressful events. The body responds to stress by going through specific stages: (1) alarm, (2) resistance, and (3) exhaustion. Muscles tense, blood pressure and heart rate rise, and adrenaline and other stress-triggered hormones that increase the level of alertness are released. If the stress-causing conditions continue, your body will need time to make repairs, if that happens, you eventually may develop a physical problem that is related to stress, such as migraine headaches, high blood pressure, backaches, or insomnia. That's why when stress occurs it's important that you recognize and deal with it in a positive way. While it's impossible to live completely free of stress and distress, it is possible to prevent some distress as well as to minimize its impact when it can't be avoided. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services offers the following suggestions for ways to handle stress.

Try Physical Activity

When you're nervous, angry or upset, try releasing the pressure through exercise or physical activity. Running, walking, playing tennis, or working in your garden are just some of the activities you might try. Physical exercise will relieve your anxiety and worry and help you relax. Your body and your mind will work together to ease the stress in your life.

Share Your Stress

It helps to talk with someone about your anxieties and worries. Perhaps a friend, family member, teacher, or counselor can help you achieve a more positive perspective on what's troubling you. If you feel your problem is serious, you might seek professional help from a psychologist, psychiatrist or social worker. Knowing when to ask for help is a positive step in avoiding more serious problems later.

Take Care of Yourself

You should make every effort to eat well and to get enough rest. If you're irritable and tense from lack of sleep, or if you're not eating properly, you'll be more vulnerable to stressful situations. If stress repeatedly keeps you from sleeping, you should consult your doctor.

Make Time for Yourself

Schedule time for both work and recreation. Don't forget, play can be just as important to your overall well-being as work. You need a break from your daily routine to just relax and have fun. Go window-shopping or work on a hobby. Allow yourself at least a half hour each day to do something you enjoy.

Make a List of the Things You Need to Do

Stress can result from disorganization and a feeling that "there's so much to do, and not enough time". Trying to take care of everything at once can be overwhelming, and as a result, you may not accomplish anything. Instead, make a list of everything you have to do, then do one thing at a time, checking off each task as it is completed. Give priority to the most important tasks and do those first.

Go Ahead and Cry

A good cry can be a healthy way to bring relief to your anxiety. It might even help yon avoid a headache or other physical consequence of anxiety and stress.

Create a Quiet Scene

Yon can't always run away, but you can allow yourself a mental "get-away". A quiet country scene painted mentally, or on canvas, can transport you from the tension of a stressful situation to a more relaxing frame of mind. You also can create a sense of peace and tranquility by reading a good book or listening to beautiful music.

Avoid Self-Medication

While yon can use prescription or over-the-counter medications to relieve stress temporarily, they do not remove the conditions that caused the stress in the first place. In fact, many medications may be habit-forming and also may reduce your efficiency, thus creating more stress than they eliminate. They should be taken only on the advice of your doctor.

Relax

The best strategy for reducing or avoiding stress altogether is to learn how to relax. Unfortunately, many people try to relax at the same pace that they lead the rest of their lives. That doesn't work. Instead, try tuning out your worries about time, productivity and "doing right". Here are several relaxation techniques you may find helpful:

-You should take a deep breath and exhale to help calm your mind, counter your body's natural stress reaction and improve your response.

-You should laugh. Many stress management experts advocate laughter as a relaxation technique for relieving tension.

-You should take a warm bath or shower. Whether you prefer bubble baths or long hot showers, this is an excellent way to relax after a stressful day.

-You should try progressive muscle relaxation. Individual contract and relax each muscle group of your body. Begin by tensing your toes for 10 seconds, then relax them for 20. Work all the way up your body, alternately tensing and relaxing, and finish with your facial muscles.

By learning the "art" of relaxation, you'll find satisfaction in just "being", without trying or striving. Your focus on relaxation, enjoyment and health will reduce stress, anxiety and worry in your life. The result is, you will be calmer, healthier and happier.

注意:此部分试题在答题卡1上作答。

1.  In today's stressful world, we should get control of the stress in our life rather than being forced by it.

2.  According to the author, too much physical illness can lead to emotional stress.

3.  When stress becomes prolonged or particularly frustrating, it can become too harmful to cause distress or bad stress.

4.  If the conditions which cause stress continue, your body will need time, usually, three to five days, to make repairs.

5.  Although it's impossible to live without stress and distress _____________________.

6.  A more positive perspective on what's troubling you may be achieved with the help of_____________________.

7.  Disorganization and a feeling that "there's so much to do, and not enough time" can _____________________.

8.  You can read a good book or listen to beautiful music_____________________.

9.  _____________________is the best strategy for reducing or avoiding stress.

10.  The reduction of stress, anxiety and worry in your life is _____________________.
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Part I    Listening Comprehension                      (20 minutes)
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Section A

Directions: In this section, you will hear 10 short conversations. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. Both the conversation and the question will be spoken only once. After each question there will be a pause. During the pause, you must read the four choices marked A),C) and D), and decide which is the best answer. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

Example: You will hear:

              You will read:

                            A) At the office.
                            B) In a waiting room.
                            C) At the airport.
                            D) In a restaurant.

From the conversation we know that the two were talking about some work they had to finish in the evening. This is most likely to have taken place at the office. Therefore, A)"At the office"is the best answer. You should choose [A] on the Answer Sheet and mark it with a single line through the center.

Sample Answer [A][B][C][D]

1.    A) It will eventually be replaced by the Internet.
       B) It now has more readers than ever before.
       C) It stimulates people's desire for learning.
       D) It will be hooked onto the Internet.

2.    A) She is a successful writer of children's books.
       B) She owes her success to her grade school teacher.
       C) She has set an example for mothers with children.
       D) She tends to exaggerate so as to arouse children's curiosity.

3.    A) Lack of democracy dampens people's interest in reading.
       B) Reading contributes a great deal to creativity.
       C) Reading builds up democratic values.
       D) Much pleasure can be derived from reading.

4.    A) The spring is warm because of the greenhouse effect.
       B) people tend to forget about correct weather forecasts.
       C) There is a 50-50 chance of rain.
       D) Long-term weather forecasts tend to be unreliable.

5.    A) All drugs have side effects.
       B) Many fat people have digestive problems.
       C) The woman is trying to lose weight by drugs.
       D) There is no efficient way of weight control.

6.    A) The man does not eat chicken.
       B) The woman has some dietary restrictions.
       C) The man wants to change the menu.
       D) The woman is responsible for food arrangements.

7.    A) The man is going to make a phone call.
       B) Things are very expensive here due to inflation.
       C) The man thinks the charge for a phone call is very low.
       D) Long distance calls at a pay phone cost 50 cents a minute.

8.    A) Mrs. Jones is fat.
       B) The boy never tells lies.
       C) The woman is a liar.
       D) It is hard to tell truth from falsehood.

9.    A) He does not have to be good academically.
       B) He must be good at uniting people.
       C) He should have specific plans for school activities.
       D) He must not fall short of the expectations of the class.

10.   A) She works very hard.
       B) She won't be back until next Monday.
       C) She is flying to Vermont to ski.
       D) She is newly married.

Section B

Directions: In this section you will hear one long dialogue. At the end of the dialogue, you will hear some questions. Both the dialogue and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a question, you must choose the best answer from the four choices marked A),B),C) and D). Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

11.   A) They are very hospitable.
       B) They have a great appetite.
       C) They drink a lot of tea.
       D) They feel it rude to accept things offered.

12.   A) He should ask for a second helping.
       B) He should eat all the food offered him by the host.
       C) He should refuse the first two offers of food.
       D) He should tell the host the food is fantastic

13.   A) He should refuse the first time he is offered food.
       B) He should refuse the second time he is offered food.
       C) He should tell the host that he is full.
       D) He should leave some food on his plate.

14.   A) They will insist that you eat more.
       B) They will believe that you are full.
       C) They will think that you are rude.
       D) They will offer you a second helping.

Section C

Directions: In this section you will hear two short passages. At the end of each passage, you will hear some questions. Both the passage and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a question, you must choose the best answer from the four choices marked A),B),C) and D). Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

Passage One

Questions 15 to 17 are based on the passage you have just heard.

15.   A) Men lie more often than women.
       B) Women lie more often than man.
       C) Men and women lie in different ways.
       D) People who tell lies are unpopular.

16.   A) They found themselves lying to appear competent.
       B) They found themselves lying to appear likeable.
       C) They found themselves lying much more than they had thought.
       D) They found themselves surprised at the way they lied to each other.

17.   A) Children tend to lie more than adults.
       B) Children are confused as to whether they should always tell the truth.
       C) Children will model their behavior on their parents.
       D) Children won't pretend to like a birthday present they don't really like.

Passage Two

Questions 18 to 20 are based on the passage you have just heard.

18.   A) He worked very hard.
       B) He didn't like school at all.
       C) He was very naughty.
       D) He was very fond of reading.

19.   A) Hollywood pictures.
       B) The books he read when he was young.
       C) The varied experiences he had as young man.
       D) The human spirit.

20.   A) His books are full of adventure.
       B) His books are full of imagination.
       C) He encourages observation and care about the world around us.
       D) He combines science with fiction in creating his powerful stories

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